The Rail industry is evolving and developing at an unprecedented rate and with $300bn worth of rail projects in the pipeline, it’s an exciting yet challenging time where innovation prevails.
So now more than ever, finding a contract risk management solution that enables companies to minimize risk and manage claims in complex transport projects has never been so critical, especially when ensuring that such projects are completed on time and on budget.
Be sure to attend AVEVA’s presentation ‘Total contract control for rail projects’ delivered by Mounir Boemond, Regional Manager, which will focus on:
As Mounir says, “AVEVA ProCon customer experience shows that on large infrastructure projects, hundreds of millions of dollars can be saved if a project adopts complete contract control best practices to manage all communications where important contractual matters are discussed and agreed. This adoption supports successful contract change management, improved contractual obligation compliance and enhances the ability to successfully defend yourself against future claims while complying with industry standards such as FIDIC & NEC3.”
Can’t make it? No problem!
Alternatively, explore our many free resources that can help you further on your journey into successful capital assets. Why not start with our white paper ‘Capex project overruns: Tackling the lasting negative effects of risk’. Get it now!
Finally, why not find out more about ProCon and see for yourself how we can help with your business challenges!
Meet the Speaker: Mounir Boemond
Mounir Boemond, Regional Manager for Europe, Russia & CIS, joined AVEVA ProCon in January 2008. Mounir’s is responsible for new business and customer accounts, ensuring that customers achieve the return on the investment from using ProCon. Before joining AVEVA, Mounir held various Finance and Project Management roles in the retail, capital projects and technology industries. Mounir holds a Post Graduate Business Degree from the London School of Economics and a Law degree from the University of Sussex.